Howl: A New Look at the Big Bad Wolf

Welcome to Ted Rechlin’s (Jurassic, Sharks, End of the Ice Age) incredible world of wolves. The newest release offers readers an insightful and historical look into our fascinating relationship with on of North America’s top apex predators. In Howl, readers are introduced to Lobo, one of the West’s most notorious outlaws. Not a bandit or a gunslinger, Lobo is a gray wolf on the run. Rechlin also shares the story of the wolf known as “21” and how the reintroduction of the wolf to Yellowstone National Park changed the very ecosystem of the famed Lamar Valley. Through the wolf’s struggle to survive, Rechlin shares an exciting, full-color, illustrated tour through North America’s complicated history with these extraordinary pack animals. Aimed to engage, educate, and entertain readers of all ages, Howl demystifies our rocky relationship with this often misunderstood creature in a beautiful comic-style format (Source).

Author(s): Ted Rechlin

Author and illustrator Ted Rechlin (T. rex Generations, Sharks, End of the Ice Age) has been drawing pictures and telling stories since he was three years old. While his drawings have gotten much better, his stories haven’t really changed much. They’re still about superheroes, bears, wolves, sharks, monsters, and lots of dinosaurs. Ted feels very fortunate to live a life where he now gets paid to draw his pictures and tell his stories. He has contributed his work to many museums, zoos, and publishing companies like DC Comics and Dover Publications. With multiple educational children’s books under his belt, Ted is excited about his newest release distributed by Farcountry Press, the epic wolf adventure, Howl (Source).

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